- Lived-in history UNESCO only made Bern a World Heritage Site in 1983, but the city's cobblestone arcades and clock towers have been beautifully preserved since the 1400s.
- Feats of Klee The spectacular Zentrum named for Paul Klee—the whimsical painter who hopscotched across art—is a tour de force of vibrant creativity.
- Undercover shopping Bern's got it all—from couture fashion to artisan chocolatiers—and, thanks to those famous arcaded streets, you can even enjoy window-shopping in rainy weather.
- The Zibelemärit Think of an object—a train car, an alarm clock, a teddy bear—and you will likely see it rendered in onions at November's city-wide celebration of the vegetable.
- Those sunbathing Swiss Warm summer days lure swimmers to the Marzili's sweeping lawns and swift, icy stretch of river below the Federal Parliament Building.
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